A Framework of Adaptive Multiscale Wavelet Decomposition for Signals on Undirected Graphs

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A Framework of Adaptive Multiscale Wavelet Decomposition for Signals on Undirected Graphs

The state-of-the-art graph wavelet decomposition was constructed by maximum spanning tree (MST)-based downsampling and two-channel graph wavelet filter banks. In this work, we first show that: 1) the existing MST-based downsampling could become unbalanced, i.e., the sampling rate is far from 1/2, which eventually leads to low representation efficiency of the wavelet decomposition; and 2) not only low-pass components, but also some high-pass ones can be decomposed to potentially achieve better decomposition performance. Based on these observations, we propose a new framework of adaptive multiscale graph wavelet decomposition for signals defined on undirected graphs. Specifically, our framework consists of two phases. Phase 1, called pre-processing, addresses the downsampling unbalance issues. We design maximal decomposition level estimation, unbalance detection, and unbalance reduction algorithms such that the downsampling rates of all levels are close to 1/2. Phase 2 concerns about adaptively finding low- or high-pass components that are worthy to be decomposed to improve the compactness of the decomposition. We suggest a graph signal Shannon-entropy-based adaptive decomposition algorithm. With applications on synthetic and real-world graph signals, we demonstrate that our framework provides better performance in terms of downsampling balance and signal compression, compared with other graph wavelet decomposition methods.

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